Body: The Home Audit checklist helps us organize information about your needs. Use this list to get design specifics right. Check () any of the following items that present problems. ENTRY Climbing up the stairs to the front door Going down the stairs from the front door Unlocking the front door Using the door knob Reaching and using the mailbox Seeing in the area HALLWAYS AND INSIDE DOORS Opening and going through doors to rooms Using door knobs Moving between carpeted and non-carpeted areas Seeing because of inadequate lighting Turning on lights in the area being approached STAIRS Slipping on stairs Distinguishing thresholds and edges Tracking over bare treads or other obstacles Balancing support BEDROOM Entering and exiting Turning lights on and off Using electrical outlets Communications Opening and closing drapes, shades, and/or curtains Opening and closing windows Using the closet (opening/closing, reaching clothes) Finding adequate storage room Tripping on rug corners and edges Seeing because of glare Seeing because of inadequate lighting KITCHEN Turning lights on and off Using electrical outlets Opening and closing windows Seeing because of inadequate lighting Using cabinets, closets, or other storage Using and reaching all parts of the refrigerator/freezer Using counters or other surfaces (preparing meals) Using the oven (door, dials, shelves) Reaching the switch on the range fan Using the stove (dials, reaching burners) Opening cans or bottles Using water taps Cleaning the floor and other surfaces Using the dishwasher Disposing trash/garbage BATHROOM Entering and exiting Privacy Turning lights on and off Using electrical outlets Using cabinets and closets Using the mirror Using the water taps Using the sink Using the toilet Using the shower/bathtub Opening and closing the window LIVING ROOM OR FAMILY ROOM Entering the living room Turning lights on and off Using electrical outlets Seeing because of glare from the outdoors or from lights Seeing because of inadequate light Opening and closing drapes, shades, and/or curtains Opening and closing windows Moving around in the living room Monitoring the heating and cooling system Tripping on rug corners and edge Entertaining guests Your email Your name Leave this field blank CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. What code is in the image? * Enter the characters shown in the image.